Tamika Grace Jude, Esq. is an attorney licensed to practice in the state of New Jersey. (If you are located in another state, don’t worry. Immigration law is Federal and Attorney Jude is able to practice Immigration Law in all 50 states.) Attorney Jude is an immigrant from the beautiful island of Dominica in the Caribbean. As an immigrant herself, she is very familiar with the immigration process. After completing her Associates Degrees at the Dominica State College, she attended the University of the Virgin Islands where she pursued two Bachelors Degrees in Psychology and Criminal Justice. She was very passionate about immigration law and went on to Barry University-Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, where she graduated with her Jurist Doctor Degree and a Litigation Honors Certificate.
Attorney Jude served as an Associate Editor for the Barry University Environmental Earth Law Journal, served within the Student Bar Association as a senator for all three years of law school, worked in the Immigration Clinic, was a member of the Trial Team and was on the executive board of multiple student organizations on campus including the Immigration Law society and is a member of Phi Alpha Delta. She was also the recipient of an immigration stipend from Barry University. While at law school she volunteered with a small law firm in Orlando Florida and participated in free naturalization clinics for the community.
Since graduation, she served as a law clerk for an immigration firm in Vienna, Virginia. These experiences have equipped her with the knowledge necessary to be a successful immigration attorney. She has filed multiple petitions, represented clients in removal proceedings and prides herself on providing excellent customer service and always being available to her clients.
Areas Of Practice
- Immigration Law
Admitted To Practice
- New Jersey
- Dominica State College
- University of the Virgin Islands
- University-Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law
- Litigation Honors Certificate
- New Jersey Bar Association
- American Immigrations Lawyers Association (AILA)
- National Immigration Litigation Alliance (NILA)
- American Bar Association (ABA)